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Docker Tor Exit Relay
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Docker container for Tor Exit Relay

"Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security."

Install dependencies

To install docker in Ubuntu 16.04 use the commands:

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo wget -qO- | sh

To install docker in other operating systems check docker online documentation


To run container use the command below:

$ docker run -d -p 22 -p 9050:9050 -p 9001:9001 quantumobject/docker-tor-exit-relay

This container will generate dsa key for ssh the first time it is run , you need to add the private key to your ~/.ssh/id_dsa to be able to ssh this container. You be able to check this dsa key with command :

$ docker logs container-id

To access it and configured and used the container :

$ docker exec -it container-id /bin/bash

Them you can use it by torify command

$ torify ssh destination

To check if tor working correctly :

$ torify lynx

To use ssh anonymous please read about limitation and security at

You can create a new container everytime you need to use it and remove it when done with it but this is bad idea if you want to keep a stable exit relay.

I added the Reduced Exit Policy to the configuration to make sure to drastically reduces the odds that a bittorrent user will select your node and it will reduce the risk of getting DMCA takedowns.

Note: because you use it don't mean you are complete anonymous , please read about Tor at before using it. This suppose to work like relay and it will use 80k/100k of your network bandwidth.

More Info

About Tor :

To help improve this container docker-tor-exit-relay

FAQ about Tor

Tor Exit Guidelines

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